Job 1- Our customer called and received a quotation to re-coat the bottom 40% of 10' x 45' treater and in two days we were mobilized and on the job site ready to go. In four days our professional blasters and coating applicators worked together with our customer to ensure that the project was completed on time and within the budgeted amount.
Job 2- The scope of the job then included inspection of two vessels, spot blast nozzles and spots on shell and then application of coating to those areas.
Job 3- Our crew moved to new location and began blasting and coating bottom half of 10' x 45' treater and 10' x 30' FWKO. Blast crew on day one blasted treater. Day two our blast crew moved onto FWKO while our coating crew began the application of the first coat on the treater. In five days both jobs were blasted, coated, inspected and cured. 100 % holiday free and comes with a two year warranty.Download PDF
•Ar-Tech was selected to sandblast, coat and paint twenty 400 bbl tanks.
•Prior to the start of the internal coating, the tanks will be blasted to SSPC-SP10 customer specifications. Then 10-12 mils of Devchem 253 will be applied to floor and 8 feet up wall. •Externally the tanks will be blasted to SSPC-SP6 customer specifications. They will then be primed and painted black.Download PDF
This project was to line 3 - 1000 bbl tanks for the Kearl oil sands facility near Ft. McMurray Alberta. The tanks were lined with Ceilcote 387, a highly glass filled, thick film hybrid epoxy. This lining solution offered a substantial cost reduction over an alternative neoprene rubber lining.Download PDF
Project was to reline a cone bottomed sulphuric acid tank. Ceilcote 2000 Flakeline, a 100% solids epoxy novolac, was selected after consultation with Devoe. In preparation for the actual job on site, Ar-Tech simulated the application on its test tank. Techniques for stripe coating welds and protrusions as well as spray patterns and wet film thickness (WFT) could be developed prior to going to the job site.Download PDF
In December, near Drumheller AB, Ar-Tech was called upon to reline 4 - 750 BBL tanks at two locations, in a short time-frame. The coating selected was Enviroline 2405, a two component high solids epoxy formulated for oil and gas storage with the ability to build the required dry film thickness (DFT) in a single application.Download PDF
The project was to repaint pipe at an oil terminal during operation. All valve areas were to be painted red with pipe white. All gauges, cable trays and customer asset identification labels had to be masked. Completion was approximately one week.Download PDF
Fertilizer tanks at a terminal were required to be put back into service. After inspection of the tanks it was determined that they had to be relined. The coating solution was Devchem 253 for its chemical resistance with a Devmat 111 overcoat for the floor to provide additional abrasion resistance.Download PDF
Newly constructed silos for mining materials storage were coated internally and externally. This was a non-immersion coating application of large scale completed in Ar-Tech Coating Shop 1 and 2.Download PDF
Six frac tanks were completed during a two month period at the Ar-Tech facilities in Taber AB. The tanks were internally coated with Devchem 253 and Devmat 111 and then externally insulated with polyurethane foam.Download PDF
This project encompassed vessel coating and pipe coating. All internals were coated using Devchem 256, a thin film epoxy. Devtar 5A was used as the external coating material for the vessel while SC-2200, a plural applied 100% solids epoxy Novolac was applied on the runs of pipe.Download PDF
Ar-Tech completed this field pipeline coating project in accordance to CSA Z245.30-14 and the Manufacturers Qualified Application Procedure (MQAP) for HBE-95. This two component epoxy novolac is for protection of field joint girth welds prior to burial. Ar-Tech completed all blasting, coating application and testing/inspection within 2 days.Download PDF
What was a relatively simple job of painting the dump box of a gravel truck could have had short-lived results in the hands of an applicator with less diligent quality controls. Ar-Tech recognizes that not all blasts are equal and that sometimes what you can't see will cause a failure in the field. As part of Ar-Tech's quality systems a test was conducted for soluble salts after abrasive blasting was completed. High levels of chlorides meant additional steps had to be taken to ensure that the substrate was properly prepared before being painted.Download PDF